Sturridge can continue his career at Leicester


Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge can find shelter with the Reds former manager Brendan Rodgers at Leicester.

Sturridge is almost not worried about problems with his health, that didn’t give him rest before, in the current season. However, Daniel still plays on big holidays only.

Recently, the 29-year-old Englishman has lost competition not only to the Reds attack’s main trio but even to Divock Origi.

Sturridge has played 24 matches for Liverpool in this season so far. However, he scored his last goal against Chelsea in September. With such modest success, Daniel can hardly hope to extend his contract, expiring at the end of the current campaign.

Despite some interest from MLS and China, Sturridge can still remain in the Premier League. Brendan Rodgers, with whom they almost won the Premier League five years ago, wants him in his new team.

With the help of Sturridge’s free agent status, Rodgers hopes to add competition to Jamie Vardy, Kelechi Iheanacho and Shinji Okazaki, The Sun reports.

(Reporting by Nathan Dent, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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